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the discussion. >> california governor jerry brown vowed the state is "not stateg back" and urged lawmakers to listen to voters in california and if i trump administration policies, from the state house in sacramento, a little more than 15 minutes. [applause] gov. brown: thank you. [applause] gov. brown: thank you. thank you. [applause] you.brown: thank what the reference to the calendar was there [laughter] i do not have a calendar though i know the days are drawing near. thank you for that energy and enthusiasm which is what we need for the battle ahead so keep it up and do not falter. this is california, the sixth most powerful economy in the world, one out of every eight americans lives right here and twice 7%, almost 11 million were born in a foreign land -- 27%, almost 11 million, were born in a foreign land, owned california does well, america does well. when we defend california, we defend america. [applause] gov. brown: as an english poet said 400 years ago, no man is an island entirely of itself, every man is a piece of a continent, a part of the main. therefore, never send to kno
FOX Business
Jan 12, 2017 5:00am EST
quote out of football since the browns cut him and has been dubbed by illegal travel. dozens of people from their flooded homes after a series of powerful storms across the region. janice dean live in the fax whether senator richter thursday forecast. reporter: good morning, ladies. a big storm will come across the central u.s. and part of the energy coming from the west where they receive adequate amounts of rain and over 100 inches of snow at the storm system.
CBS
Jan 8, 2017 7:00pm EST
. his name is mike brown. brown and other astronomers have since found hundreds of large balls of ice, like pluto, circling the sun at the far reaches of our solar system. demoting pluto leaves us with eight planets, but mike brown is preparing another surprise. he is sure there is a real ninth planet way out far beyond pluto. he hasn't seen it yet, but he expects to soon. he believes the real planet nine is huge, and it's out there. >> mike brown: i would say at this point, i am certain. >> whitaker: certain? >> mike brown: yeah. that's a rare thing to say, for a prediction for a scientist, and i'm willing to say it. >> whitaker: you do know how mind-boggling this sounds? i mean, a new planet hasn't been discovered for 170 years. i believe you think it looks like this animation over my shoulder here? >> mike brown: you know, we took a little artistic license and put some lightning on the dark side of it, because it might have lightning on the dark side of it. we think that it's somewhere between ten and 20 times more massive than the earth. >> whitaker: and we haven't seen it? we can
FOX
Jan 7, 2017 3:30pm EST
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MSNBC
Jan 19, 2017 9:00pm PST
quote an apartment in the housing project in the east bronx. then in 1954, five weeks after "brown v. board of education" was decided. five weeks after the supreme court struck down the racial segregation of american schools and that landmark decision, five weeks after that, june 1954 when dwight d. eisenhower was president, they had their first child. they had a baby girl. 1954. three years later, they had baby number two, they had a little boy who they also named juan after his father. and the family spoke spanish at home because dad only spoke spanish, he didn't speak english. dad worked at a tool and die shop in the bronx. selena worked as a phone operator in the bronx. and when their oldest child, their little girl, was eight years old, she was diagnosed with diabetes. they learned she would need life long insulin injection to manage diabetes. and the following year when their little girl was nine years old and their boy was six years old, their father died.
NBC
Jan 3, 2017 3:30am EST
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CBS
Jan 15, 2017 7:30am PST
sat down with former san francisco mayor willie brown and a -- and kpix reporter melissa king . we asked, what can you expect from trump during his presidency.>> exactly what you will see henceforth. it was a performance and that's what trump will do. he has redefined the concept of the presidency from a pr standpoint. he will continue that and step on everybody else's story. he is going to be the lead period.>>> i love the folders of blank paper to signify the various legal aspects. >> reporter: if you want to do something with your ratings, you do something with trump and you have got it period. that's what he's relying upon.>>> when you're on the other side of the microphone and somebody hits you, how do you react. the same way trump reacted. as a matter of fact, i was never as effective as trump. i would first ignore the question and if it had downside to me, i would change the subject matter, if i could. i would get personal if you could get personal. >> you know, i think there is concern about his relationship with the press. there is no law saying he has to have press confer
NBC
Jan 1, 2017 3:30pm PST
's on it. xavier ouellet. cross ice for tomas tatar. roman polak. leafs right back at it. connor brown has scored tonight. from the corner. rolls around. located by hyman off the stick of jared coreau. ouellet. auston matthews. sends it in for hyman. zach hyman in back of the goal. 2:37 on the clock. hyman double-teamed. salt away a few seconds along the boards. a smart play. now henrik zetterberg hands it off. >> pierre: i think at some point he's -- >> john: looking at the bench. halfway out. >> pierre: there he comes. >> john: you see it. 2:19s on the clock. six skaters for detroit. zetterberg from the corner. back of the goal. brought this way by tatar. checked by polak. along the boards now. they force it to the point. brendan smith inserts. see it roll around. zetterberg in control. just about two minutes left. clear it all the way across. dekeyser. to the corner. zetterberg muscled on the play. now zetterberg through the slot. good positioning that time, but not out. van riemsdyk. here's zetterberg. henrik zetterberg holding onto it. chance. they score! the follow-up, and i believe
CBS
Jan 11, 2017 3:12am PST
there were nine plan ets in our solar system. the smallest and farthest away was pluto. then mike brown came around to show that pluto was not a planet at all. now there are eight planets. brown has not stopped scanning the skies. he now says there's another ninth planet out there to take pluto's place. bill whittaker reports for "60 minutes." >> i would say at this point, i'm certain. >> certain? >> yeah. >> that's a rare thing to say for a prediction, for a scientist, and i'm willing to say it. >> you do know how mind boggle thing sounds? a new planet hasn't been discovered for -- >> 170 years. >> i believe you think it looks like this animation over my shoulder here. >> we took a little artistic license and put some lightning on the dark side because it might have lightning on the dark side of it. we think it's between 10 and 20 times more massive than the earth. >> and we haven't seen it, we can't see it? >> it's so far away that it's actually just at the edge of what our biggest telescopes on the ground can possibly see, because it's so far away. >> reporter: 50 billion miles away. it's
ABC
Jan 18, 2017 3:30am EST
&b. training brown and why soulja boy might need to call in the favor to superman. it's wednesday, january 18th. >> from abc news, this is "world news now." >>> so many older folks right now checking their facebook to try to figure out who is this soulja boy and why would he get into a fight with a military person? why are they fighting? after honoring our country. soulja boy. >> we're just going to let that one breathe for a while and let everyone run to google while we continue the newscast and we'll get to it. >>> we're talking about another fight that is about to take place on capitol hill. it is a scramble to replace obama care as republicans struggle to unite behind a single plan. >> donald trump's health secretary nominee prepares to testify on capitol hill today. with a plan that allows states to keep the affordable care act or have other options. the options aren't clear. mary bruce has more on what's on store. >> a showdown over the man trump put in charge to replace obama. on the eve of his first big test, questions are growing about tom price. trump's nominee for hhs secretary. afte
CBS
Jan 1, 2017 7:00pm PST
with st. kitts now for customers and badly- needed cash. >> gaston browne: so, what are we supposed to do? sit back and do nothing? you tell me. >> kroft: gaston browne, the prime minister of antigua and barbuda, says the revenue from its three-year-old program has kept the government from defaulting on its international loans and has turned the economy around. antigua also claims to have among the strictest programs in the caribbean. you actually have to show up here to get citizenship, albeit very briefly. >> browne: our law provides them to spend at least five days here. >> kroft: that sounds like a vacation. >> browne: yes. i-- i understand. but, however, we have made sure that at least there must be some face to face contact so we know who these people are. >> kroft: for five days. >> browne: minimum. >> kroft: what kind of people are you looking for? >> browne: we're looking for high net worth individuals, people who are established businesspeople, who are well- known, and to make sure that we get the creÈme de la creeme. >> kroft: if so, they are recruiting them in some odd places
PBS
Jan 2, 2017 3:00pm PST
storage may be obvious. but how permanent are some of those records in a digital age? jeffrey brown has the story, part of our ongoing series, culture at risk. >> brown: so this is like an ancient temple come to life in a modern age. >> in a modern day. it's a greek style building which we loved because the whole idea is the library of alexandria reborn now. >> brown: it's an ancient idea: to gather and preserve the world's knowledge. but now that library will look like this: these stacks of servers, brewster kahle kalel told me recently, represent a 20-year and running effort to build a kind of digital library, and to essentially ¡back up' the ever-expanding world wide web. >> in one of these would be a 100 years of a channel of television. a hundred channel years or this much is all of the words in the library of congress, would fit >> brown: kahle was an early internet entrepreneur who in 1996 founded the internet archive, a non-profit that operates out of an old christian science church in san francisco. it was designed to address a fundamental flaw in the original creation of the
PBS
Jan 10, 2017 3:00pm PST
's hari sreenivasan begins our coverage. >> sreenivasan: norman brown is reading the letter from president obama that gave him his life back. for 24.5 years he was in federal prison for selling drugs in washington, d.c., specifically six counts of distributing cocaine. it was his third strike, and that meant life without parole. >> i never thought that i would get no more than maybe 15 years. >> sreenivasan: while he was in prison, his parents, his grandmother, his brother all died. his children grew up, and the men sentenced with him were released. >> i wanted to get out to move to people that i had a monster sentence, but i wasn't a monster. >> sreenivasan: brown took class, taught others, earned certificates for trade skills and was a model prisoner. >> it is my strong belief that by exercising these presidential powers, i have the chance to show people what a second chance can look like. >> sreenivasan: the president explained his motivation this year at a lunch with clemency recipient, including brown. in 2014, mr. obama began a large-scale clemency project, reducing the sentences of
NBC
Jan 1, 2017 6:00pm EST
there for a while. hyman's been out there for a while. connor brown been out there for a while. you see, he's not happy. oh, man, he wasn't happy at all. >> john: take a look at this alignment. matthews gets a little bit of time here. frans nielsen. playing well of late. face-off won by nielsen. vanek from the corner. he'll walk it. right out in front. paddle down for andersen. he sweeps it along. matthews pinned by vanek as they get to the corner. rolled up top. brendan smith. nielsen. blocked at the defense. cleared out of the zone that time by matt hunwick. frans nielsen. through the center zone. wandered down by andersen. vanek with a shot blocked again. as carrick got in the way. nielsen for vanek. thomas vanek. nobody home in the slot. he'll take it to the outside of carrick. and the leafs have control. nazem kadri handling that. leo komarov, taken down by brendan smith. no call. nyquist warming up on gardiner. throws on the brakes. shouldered hard. komarov coming all the way back. another heavy hit in the corner. nick jensen moves in. jensen. runs into a roadblock. nazem kadri. the l
NBC
Jan 1, 2017 6:00pm EST
that icing at well. matthews has been out there for a while. hyman's been out there for a while. connor brown been out there for a while. you see, he's not happy. oh, man, he wasn't happy at all. >> john: take a look at this alignment. matthews gets a little bit of time here. frans nielsen. playing well of late. face-off won by nielsen. vanek from the corner. he'll walk it. right out in front. paddle down for andersen. he sweeps it along. matthews pinned by vanek as they get to the corner. rolled up top. brendan smith. nielsen. blocked at the defense. cleared out of the zone that time by matt hunwick. frans nielsen. through the wandered down by andersen. vanek with a shot blocked again. as carrick got in the way. nielsen for vanek. thomas vanek. nobody home in the slot. he'll take it to the outside of carrick. and the leafs have control. nazem kadri handling that. leo komarov, taken down by brendan smith. no call. nyquist warming up on gardiner. throws on the brakes. shouldered hard. komarov coming all the way back. another heavy hit in the corner. nick jensen moves in. jensen. runs into a ro
FOX
Jan 24, 2017 4:00pm PST
and child who have contributed to our state. >> governor brown vows to protect name grants in his state of the address. >> it matters to families. >> the massive effort to bring answers to a grieving family. the four on two starts now. >>> investigators are trying to figure out to two people found dead. the married couple were found dead in their apartment and along with their cat. >>> henry lee joins us live from berkeley with the latest. what do we know? >> ted, family and friend mourn the loss of roger and valerie the berkeley police and the coroner's office hope that autopsies will solve the mystery. >> 35-year-old roger and his wife val were found dead on deacon street. >> roger was a former software engineer and 42-year-old val was an eye researcher that earned advanced degrees from berkeley where they met. marty vance was her advisor when she got her degree from cal. >> she was a very happy person who was a great point in her career. thing were going well. her husband was fun guy and energetic and bright guy. >>> a woman that knows the couple call police about one monday af
Univision
Jan 10, 2017 6:00pm PST
estrellarse. brown, presentÓ su presupuesto fiscal para el 2017- 2018. sandra cervantes nos trae los detalles, desde el capitolio. sandra: el gobernador brown, presentÓ su presupuesto estatal de 177,000 millones de dÓlares. el estado tendrÁ miles de millones de dÓlares menos para gastar en los prÓximos 18 meses. si queremos un sistema fiscal solicita se tiene que tener un fondo grande de reserva y un fondo para emergencias dice brown, agregando que de acuerdo al departamento de finanzas una recesiÓn moderada podrÍa costarle a california 18,000 millones al aÑo, durante tres aÑos. brown dice que para lidiar con la incertidumbre se requiere prudencia. esto dejarÍa con un dÉficit de al menos 2000 millones. entre algunos de los programas que no recibirÁn incrementen fondos, en la propuesta 98, la cual provee dinero a escuelas pÚblicas. esto basado en los foros que no fueron gastados en 2016. en la nueva administraciÓn de trump y republicanos, fue tema mencionado. ante la incertidumbre sobre quÉ ocurrirÍa si revocarÁn el obama care. brown admite que serÍa algo difÍcil para cal
ABC
Jan 17, 2017 5:00am EST
's inauguration. representative anthony brown will not attend the ceremony. the congressman says he made the decision after president elect donald trump criticized georgia democrat john lewis. lewis claimed trump's election was not legitimate. the president elect responded with a tweet that lewis was all talk and no action. brown says the decision to skip inauguration did not come lightly. brown is now one of more than 30 democratic lawmakers who are boycotting the inauguration. stay with abc 7 as we count down to inauguration. we continuing coverage all week long. check for updates on air and online at w-j-l-a dot com. breaking overnight - the search for malaysia airlines flight 370, now called off. while you were sleeping.. officials suspended the search after nearly three years spent combing the indian ocean. officials say despite the best technology - they have not been able to find the plane. the boeing triple seven disappeared nearly three years ago, with 239 passengers and crew members on board. also breaking overnight - new details about the man accused in the turkey nightclub ma
FOX
Jan 24, 2017 6:30pm PST
and plans for the future but governor brown took a different direction spending his time attacking the policies of our new president. tom vacar was at the capital for that state of the state address. >> even god cannot cause two times two not to be four. reporter: classic jerry brown, defiant throughout his entire state of the state message. target, trump. >> well no one knows what the new leaders will do. there are signs that our disturbing. we have seen the bold assertion of alternative facts. reporter: target trump on immigrants. >> we will defend everybody. every man, woman and child who has come here for a better life and has contributed to the well- being of our state. reporter: target trump on nixing obama wear. >> to do everything we can to protect the healthcare of our people. reporter: target trump on climate change. >> we can't fall back. the danger is real. the climate is changing. the temperatures are rising and so are the oceans. natural habitats everywhere are under stress. the world knows this. >> brown challenged the new president to back his promises to build
to a number of house members including one from maryland, anthony brown, the state's former lieutenant governor represents the fourth district, just part of the d.c. suburbs. >> representative elect anthony brown, you are a familiar face to folks here in the area. what did you do before coming to congress? >> before i had -- i served as the lieutenant governor. i served for eight years with governor martin o'malley and before that, eight years in the house of delegates served by the number of committees in economic matters. the judiciary committee and i finished my years as the majority went. i've got about six teen years of public service in state government and i'm really looking forward to bringing that experience in the work with constituent here to washington on capitol hill. >> what about that work will help you here on capitol hill? >> i think a few things. one is whether you work in a state legislature or even the executive branch, what you learn is to get it done through compromise, finding consensus, finding common ground, agreeing to disagree where we do, they're really havi
FOX
Jan 24, 2017 5:00pm PST
in today. >> congratulations. governor jerry brown nominated him to replace connelly harris to represent california in the u.s. senate. the state legislature signed off on his appointment yesterday. he is the first latino attorney general. >>> to the sierra where a ski patrol member was killed by an explosive. that area has been under an avalanche warning for the last two weeks. storms this month have dumped more than 20 feet of new snow at the resort. controlled avalanches are set off with han held explosives and done at ski resorts to keep skiers and snowboarders safe. the man that died today was described as highly trained man in those techniques. >> squall president andy worth says 42-year-old joe divis died after a hand charge. used to trigger avalanches to ensure safety on the mountain for skiers and snowboarders. not clear if the hand charge patrolled in the patrolman's hand. the sheriff's office says that these are common at ski resorts and what happened today is unique. there is a great deal of oversight as to how these are used. they said the patroller was highly trained and on
CSPAN
Jan 6, 2017 12:11pm EST
. leticia a. james. scott m. stringer. melissa maravillo. byron w. brown. christine c. quinn. basil h. michael jr. melissa sklars. mario s. solento. rhonda winegarden. george k. gresham. daniel don hew. stewart apple balm. gary s. labarbara. lovely a. warren. stephanie a. minor. atherine m. sheehan. anastasia semosia. hazel l. ingram. rachel d. gold. thank you. let us proceed to the next order of business which is the filling of the vacancies created by the absence of electors this echair will entertain a motion to fill the vacancies. the chair now recognizes the honorable kathy sheehan of albany county. >> madam secretary, i move that the following substitutions be made. aaron stevens of kings countor for george gresham, meredith shepard of new york county for daniel donohue of saratoga county. theresa schwartz of nassau county for eric schneiderman, and eve gillergan of queens county for sandra young of queens county. >> thank you. the chair now recognizes the honorable scott stringer of new york county. >> madam speaker, i second the motion that the substitution be made in the mann
PBS
Jan 26, 2017 3:00pm PST
kenneth lonergan was nominated for two of them. jeffrey brown spoke with him recently at the atlantic theater in new york. this report is part of our ongoing coverage of awards for the 2016 movie season, "beyond the red carpet." >> i don't understand. >> brown: in an early scene in the film, "manchester-by-the- sea", lee chandler learns that his recently-deceased brother has named him as his nephew's guardian, and the weight of the world comes crashing down again. >> he can't live with me. i live in one room. >>> i can't commute from boston. >> i think the idea was that you would relocate. >> relocate to where here? >> well, if you look-- >> brown: as played by casey affleck, lee is a lost, mostly silent man, at sea over some hidden grief. but, says director kenneth lonergan, it's more than that. >> i don't see it as a film about grief. i see it as a film about love, and about people trying to help each other and take care of each other. it's about grief, obviously. but it's really about someone who's trying to do right by his family, even though he's, he's ready to quit. >> brown: th
PBS
Jan 27, 2017 3:00pm PST
was to call for an end to legal abortion. jeffrey brown has the story. ( crowd cheers ) >> brown: this was the 44th march for life, but it held special significance for tens of thousands of anti-abortion activists, with the coming of a republican president and congress. many arrived in groups from churches and schools, after long bus rides. president trump began their day with a tweet, saying: "to all of you marching, you have my full support." and at a rally before the march, a sitting vice president addressed the annual gathering for the first time. >> because of all of you and the many thousands who stand with us in marches like this all across the nation, life is winning again in america. >> brown: it's a cold and windy morning here on the national mall. but people are out in numbers. they talked to us about the optimism and new energy around this issue that has galvanized them for so long. they talked to us of being on the very cusp of change. donna katzung of washington, missouri has made the trip to washington d.c. for the last eight years. >> this year, with president tru
FOX
Jan 24, 2017 4:00pm PST
quote with an organizer. >>> california is not turning back. not now or ever. >>> plus continuing coverage. jerry brown's harsh criticism of donald trump up next.
FOX News
Jan 20, 2017 2:00am PST
: straight ahead a fall of fame football legend. brown tells us about the american dream and how this president elect like no other can help make it a reality and will. steve: protests last night. it got a little crazy. hope he's okay liberty mutual stood with me when i was too busy with the kids to get a repair estimate. i just snapped a photo and got an estimate in 24 hours. my insurance company definitely doesn't have that... you can leave worry behind when liberty stands with you™ liberty mutual insurance a number outside gathered in the deplorable ball. this is 9:00 o'clock hour last night. party was being thrown by protrump people but the antitrump people were trying to agitate the people. brian: you gather a lot of people. who showed up last night i also thought was significant. it wasn't all adults, there were kids. ainsley: there was a little fire that was started by a child, watch this. >> you are participating in the fire, what's your name? >> my name is conner and i started the fire. >> why did you start the fire, carter. >> it's connor? >> because i felt like it a
of the panel. we are really pleased and excited to have carrie brown, the editor of politico, as our moderator. she has a really impressive background in journalism and has done a stint in europe and was also a white house correspondent. it is with great pleasure for me to welcome to the podium our chair of nga, governor terry mcauliffe of virginia. gov. mcauliffe: thank you, and thank you, scott for that kind introduction. good morning, ladies and gentlemen. i'd like to welcome you to the fifth annual state of the states address. it is my great honor to serve as the 72nd governor of the great commonwealth of virginia, and as chairman of the national governors association. as has been mentioned, joining me today is governor brian sandoval of the great state of nevada, who serves as our vice chair. he and i are also very good personal friends, and i will say as it relates to all the governors, we all get along very well. i want to thank you for your leadership of the national governors association. as you know, the national governors association is the voice of america's governors and their sta
CBS
Jan 28, 2017 6:00pm EST
evening, i'm natasha brown. thanks so much for join and us. president trump's executive order calls for the extreme vetting of immigrants from that seven countries. right now dozens of refugees are in limbo p cbs news correspondent wendy gillette has more. >> what do we want. >> justice. >> reporter: protesters gathered outside j if. k international airport in new york and demanded the release of refugees blocked from entering the united states. congressman said 12 people were detained. a former translator for the u.s. military in iraq was held for hours before being released. >> they treat me as i break the routes or do something wrong. >> reporter: president donald trump's executive order suspends the u.s. refugee admissions program for four months. there were reports of refugees being refused entry at airports in cities like san francisco and dallas. lawyers scrambled to file lawsuits challenging the order. >> this really is an extraordinary measure and it requires every ounce of opposition that we can muster. >> reporter: the protests here at j.f.k. was organized within hours ov
PBS
Jan 5, 2017 3:00pm PST
, and how it can be used to create happier, more productive workers. >> woodruff: and jeffrey brown's conversation with the stars of the new movie "hidden figures" about the african american women behind nasa's success in the '50s and '60s. >> this one is important on a deep level because it's a part of history that has been overlooked, you know? this is more important than anything i've done in my career. >> stewart: all that and more on tonight's pbs newshour. >> major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: lincoln financial is committed to helping you take charge of your future. >> and by the alfred p. sloan foundation. supporting science, technology, and improved economic performance and financial literacy in the 21st century. >> supported by the rockefeller foundation. promoting the well-being of humanity around the world by building resilience and inclusive economies. more at rockefellerfoundation.org >> carnegie corporation of new york. supporting innovations in education, democratic engagement, and the advancement of international peace and security. at carnegie.
PBS
Jan 24, 2017 6:00pm PST
brown sits down with the director of "la la land," to talk how the unconventional musical is ushering the past into the modern age. >> if you want to actually help an art form, or sort of contribute to it in some ways, you have to find a way to add something new. you have to update it. >> yang: all that and more, on tonight's pbs newshour. >> major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: ♪ ♪ moving our economy for 160 years. bnsf, the engine that connects us. >> ♪ love me tender ♪ love me true we can like many, but we can love only a precious few. because it is for those precious few that you have to be willing to do so very much. but you don't have to do it alone. lincoln financial helps you provide for and protect your financial future, because this is what you do for people you love. lincoln financial-- you're in charge. >> xq institute. >> and the william and flora hewlett foundation, helping people build immeasurably better lives. >> supported by the rockefeller foundation. promoting the wellbeing of humanity around the world, by building resilience and inclus
-- the moderator of the panel. we are really pleased and excited to have carrie brown, the editor of politico, as our moderator. she has a really impressive background in journalism and has done a stint in europe and was also a white house correspondent. it is with great pleasure for me to welcome to the podium our chair of nga, governor terry mcauliffe of virginia. [applause] gov. mcauliffe: thank you, and thank you, scott for that kind introduction. good morning, ladies and gentlemen. i'd like to welcome you to the fifth annual state of the states address. it is my great honor to serve as the 72nd governor of the great commonwealth of virginia, and as chairman of the national governors association. as has been mentioned, joining me today is governor brian sandoval of the great state of nevada, who serves as our vice chair. he and i are also very good personal friends, and i will say as it relates to all the governors, we all get along very well. i want to thank you for your leadership of the national governors association. as you know, the national governors association is the voice of amer
CBS
Jan 2, 2017 2:05am EST
home. she has brown hair and brown eyes. she's 5-foot-6 and weighs 145 pounds. tomas alonzo gutierrez vanished from his home in fremont, nebraska on january 10, 2016. he was 17 years old at the time of his disappearance. tomas may still be in nebraska, or may have travelled to ohio or kentucky. remember, call your local authorities if you have any information about these or any other missing cases. visit our website, www.usamissing.com, for more information. when we come back, valuable information on how to keep you and your family safe. we'll return right after this brief break. boy: practice makes perfect. always rehearse safety skills with your child so they become second nature. [ goat bleat ] by peggy lee playing ] day [ crow caws, music continues ] this is gonna be awesome! when it comes to buying a house... trulia knows the house is only half of it. and with 34 map overlays like playgrounds, demographics, schools, and more... you can find the right house and the right neighborhood for you. trulia. the house is only half of it. girl: there is safety in numbers. avoid traveling a
FOX
Jan 18, 2017 3:30am EST
-- that's what former head coach always says athletes rarely listen. antonio brown didn't just press send he did something much, much >> sean bell takes on antonio brown in the use of social med media. this commentary in 15 seconds. ♪ >>> social media will get you caught up every time. a lot of these athletes just aren't learning. after the steelers beat the chiefs antonio brown got on face look live in the locker room after the game. it's one thing to record but you never go live. his facebook video caught mike tomlin trash talking patriots today mike tomlin apologized for the video and had some choice words for brown. >> i'll be bluntly honest here. um, it was foolish of him to do that. um, it was selfish for him to do that. it was inconsiderate for him to do that. >> really? has no one learned from deangelo russell nothing good comes out of broadcasting things that had a and in the locker room. put your phone away. follow the code. the players can't trust if you you're putting their business all over the world and for everyone to see. brown you should know better. you're in the a gr
BBCNEWS
Jan 22, 2017 10:45pm GMT
healthy, don't brown to coast, although the daily telegraph says it is a row over brown toast and crispy roast potato cancer. what is the problem? what are we not meant to do now? we are meant to have lovely golden toast and not crispy brown toast and lovely golden potatoes rather than brown and crunchy ones because of carcinogens when everything is crunchy. do feel free to note the times headline does not say what you should have is non—brown toast, which more of us know by its more ordinary name, bread. and your potatoes cannot be too fluffy because it creates more of a surface area? and no crisps either. oh, dear. i had a crispy roast potatoes i have ever had and they were also the nicest so i do not think that will change. i think we all treat these cancer stories with a pinch of salt. a pinch of salt! if that is not too unhealthy. oh, dear, let's have a bag of crisps. that's it for the papers tonight. before you go, these front pages have come —— don't forget, all the front pages are online on the bbc news website where you can read a detailed review of the papers. it's all th
Univision
Jan 24, 2017 6:00pm PST
: muchas gracias, beatriz. por otra parte el gobernador de california, jerry brown declarÓ estado de emergencia por las fuertes lluvias que causaron daÑos en toda california. el gobernador emitiÓ dos alertas para ayudar a las comunidades afectadas, ademÁs indicÓ que desde el 3 de enero estas tormentas causaron grandes daÑos a las carreteras, y causaron una cantidad circunstancial de escombros. leÓn: televidente guatemalteco informÓ que lleva mÁs de un mes esperando recibir su pasaporte. marÍa: nos dicen que esto causa muchas demoras. luz. segÚn la vice ministra de relaciones exteriores de guatemala desde el mes de octubre del aÑo pasado, estÁn enfrentando retrasos, uno de los afectados fue este hombre. hace aÑos llegÓ a estados unidos este hombre, hoy se comunicÓ con nosotros para informarnos que lleva mÁs de un esperando por su nuevo pasaporte. >> esperÉ, espere, y llegÓ el dÍa de viajar, noi tenia mi pasaporte. >> Él tuvo que viajar a su paÍs natal con un permiso especial, porque segÚn Él en el consulado de san francisco de guatemala le informaron que su pasa
Telemundo
Jan 24, 2017 6:00pm PST
gobernador jerry brown take vo declaró estado de emergencia porqué di n muchos locondados qn tenido pérdidas millonariaspor causae inuaciones eroones esta declaratoria incluye areas del s de cifornia, dea costa central, del val de sajoa bahía...escuchemos lo que nos do mónica vargas l departanto de emergencias del esta take sot monica vargas va a ayudar a las comunidades localesue fueron afeadas pola t suspensivos va ayudar a los camin públicos y rarar lascarres con vo/andres en efecto en santa cruz se han regisado varios slaves...n especial en calle ve creek road... allí no hubo heridos que lamear peroarios carros quedaron atrapados según algunos reportes de ensa. tambi a lo lar del fin de sema hubo vías obstaculizadas por estos causa de deslaves. take vo2/hollister flooding en emergencia localel río pachoos.y creek desbordó una de sus defensas la alturde la cle loversane.., y el vrnes tuvieron que hacer evacuaciones mandator precisamente esa calle y también en la calle san felipe p temor a que e río se desbordara por comploy les c condado de monterey tambin est dentro del estado
FOX
Jan 25, 2017 4:30am PST
and humor. >> governor brown delivered a fiery state of the state address yesterday, vowing to fight the policies being proposed by the new trump administration. there was no mistaking the governor's message. >> even god cannot cause two plus two not to be four. >> reporter: classic jerry brown, defiant throughout his entire is state of the state message. target? trump. >> well, no one knows while what the new leaders will actually do, there were signs that are disturbing. we've seen the bold assertion of alternative facts. >> reporter: target trump on immigrants. >> let me be clear. we will defend everybody. every man, woman, and child who has come here for a better life and has colonel contributed to the well being of -- contributed to the well being of our state. to do everything we can to protect the healthcare of our people. >> reporter: target trump on climate change. >> we can't fall back and give in to the climate deniers. the science is clear, the danger is real. the climate is changing. the estimates are rising, and is are the oceans. natural habitats everyone are under
PBS
Jan 12, 2017 3:00pm PST
continents who explores history and identity in today's global culture. jeffrey brown has our story. >> brown: on a recent morning in washington, d.c., this wind sculpture was lifted in and installed outside the smithsonian national museum of african art. it's the latest in a series of public art works on display around the world by the artist yinka shonibare. >> it's a free-standing sculpture, but it's a very dynamic sculpture, and it's very colorful. also, it's deceptive, because from a distance it feels like it's actually soft material. full of contradiction: the stuff >> brown: playful, deceptive, full of contradiction: the stuff of shonibare's works, most of all the sculptures for which he's best known-- colonial-style figures, some headless, some with globes for heads, in brightly colored african-style costumes. >> my work is really breaking down stereotypes, saying "you know what? what you see is not necessarily what you get." you might actually want to take time to find out more about something before you then start to make assumptions about it. >> brown: shonibare himself is a mix of
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